Guida C. Man
Department of Sociology, York University
Research keywords: Im/migration and transnationalisms; families; gender and work; racism and racialization in the context of neoliberalism and global economic restructuring
Guida C. Man is Associate Professor in the Sociology Department and a member of the Graduate Program at York University. As a faculty associate of YCAR and of the Centre for Feminist Research (CFR), her research intersects im/migration and transnationalisms, families, gender and work, and racism and racialization in the context of neoliberalism and global economic restructuring. Her research findings have been published extensively as journal articles and as book chapters. She is the co-editor (with others) of the forthcoming edited volume entitled Yellow Peril: Anti-Asian Racism during the COVID-19 Pandemic (UBC Press). Her edited volume with R. Cohen is entitled Engendering Transnational Voices: Studies in Family, Work and Identity (WLU Press 2015). Currently, she is the PI of two SSHRC-funded research projects, including a study on COVID-19—Exploring the Experience of Anti-Chinese/Asian Racism in the GTA, and research on transnational migration and social reproduction—Eldercare Work of Chinese Immigrant Women Professionals in Canada. She is currently the co-investigator of two other SSHRC-funded projects, and collaborator on two SSHRC-funded Partnership Grants.